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Recent Publications

 

2019

DEEMING, H. (2019) UK Resilience Sector – Strategic Training Needs Assessment: A Place for the EPC A report commissioned by the Civil Contingencies Secretariat and Emergency Planning College, HD Research, Bentham, UK

DEEMING, H. (2019) Emergency Preparedness, Response and Recovery: identifying lessons learned by UK highways sector from extreme-weather emergencies (2015-2018) A report prepared for the Department for Transport and the Local Government Technical Advisers Group, HD Research, Bentham, UK

 

DEEMING, H., Fordham, M., Kuhlicke, C., Pedoth, L., Schneiderbauer, S. and Shreve, C. (2019) (eds) Framing Community Disaster Resilience, London, Wiley Blackwell

2018

As contributing panel member:

Lord Kerslake (2018) The Kerslake Report: An independent review into the preparedness for, and emergency response to, the Manchester Arena attack on 22nd May 2017 

 

DEEMING, H. and Otley, C. (2018) A review of recovery processes following Storm Desmond’s impacts on Cumbria (5th/6th Dec 2015) Final Report. A report commissioned by Cumbria County Council HD Research, Bentham, UK.

DEEMING, H. (2018) Hill-Farming and flooding: disaster resilience from the perspective of an enduring community of identity (In) Mansfield, L. (Ed) Managing Upland Resources: new approaches for Rural Environments, Whittles Publishing, Dunbeath, Scotland 

2017

DEEMING, H. and Burgess, J. P. (2017). Stabilisation: a discussion of the concept’s relevance to UK resilience. Bentham, UK., HD Research.

DEEMING, H. (2017) Disaster Risk Reduction and the Sendai Framework What does it mean for UK resilience practitioners? (Occasional Paper 21), Emergency Planning College (EPC),Easingwold, UK.

DEEMING, H., James, C. (2017) Training Needs Analysis for Multi-Agency Strategic Coordinating Groups in Emergency Response and Recovery: a review of lessons identified (A report commissioned by Civil Contingencies Secretariat) HD Research, Bentham, UK.

KRUSE, S., et al. (2017). "Conceptualizing community resilience to natural hazards – the emBRACE framework." Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci. 17(12): 2321-2333.

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DRMKC Project CT-EX2016D267361-101: Understanding extreme events as catalysts for flood-risk management policy change: a case study of the impact of ‘Storm Desmond’ in Cumbria, UK.

            This project was commissioned to build directly on the findings of FP7 emBRACE project

Grant Agreement No 283201. www.embrace-eu.org

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DEEMING, H. (2017) “Key recommendations for flood-risk management policy change based on the understanding of a recent extreme flood event” (D3.1 of DRMKC Project CT-EX2016D267361-101), Bentham, UK.

DEEMING, H. (2017) An analysis of Storm Desmond, as a catalyst for institutional change in flood risk management (D2.1 of DRMKC Project CT-EX2016D267361-101), Bentham, UK.

DEEMING, H. (2017) Activities of the multi-stakeholder ‘community of resilience practice’ during the response to ‘Storm Desmond’ in Cumbria, UK (D1.2 of DRMKC Project CT-EX2016D267361-101), Bentham, UK.

DEEMING, H. (2016) Situation of the multi-stakeholder ‘community of resilience practice’ before the ‘Storm Desmond’ in Cumbria, UK (D1.1 of DRMKC Project CT-EX2016D267361-101), Bentham, UK.

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2016

DEEMING, H. (2016). An interim review of good practice and lessons identified during recovery from Storm Desmond’s impacts on Cumbria (5th/6th Dec 2015). Penrith, UK., A report prepared by HD Research under commission from Cumbria Local Resilience Forum.

DEEMING, H. (2016). Winter 2015 Flood Recovery: Local Area Debrief (report and recommendations) Workshop synthesis report prepared by HD Research under commission from the Cabinet Office, London.

DEEMING, H. (2016) A debrief-based review of the acute-phase multi-agency response to Storm Desmond in Cumbria, A report prepared by HD Research under commission from Cumbria Local Resilience Forum,Penrith, UK.

2015

DEEMING, H. (2015) Lucky 13 - the steps towards community flood resilience Resilience Winter (2015) The Emergency Planning Society, Easingwold UK. pp.4-6

ABELING, T. DEEMING, H. (2015) Mass Shelter Capability (MASC) Project Literature Review, MASC (on-line) www.mascproject.eu

DEEMING, H., FORDHAM, M. & DAVIS, B. (2015). Propagating the aftermath: the Cumbrian experience of using a community development approach to build resilience to flooding. Social Services in Times of Disaster NORDRESS Multidisciplinary Nordic Symposium. Nordic House, Reykjavik, Iceland, May 4-5 2015.

DEEMING, H. (2015). Understanding Community Resilience from the Perspective of a Population Experienced in Emergencies: Some Insights from Cumbria, (Occasional Paper 14), EPC,Easingwold, UK.

DEEMING, H., DAVIS, B., FORDHAM, M. & TAYLOR, R. 2015. emBRACE WP5 Case Study Report: Floods in Northern England. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK: Northumbria University for the emBRACE Project

DEEMING, H., FORDHAM, M. & SWARTLING, Å. G. 2015. Resilience and Adaptation to Hydrometeorological Hazards. In: QUEVAUVILLER, P. (ed.) Prevention of hydrometeorological extreme events – Interfacing sciences and policies. Wiley.

2014

TWIGGER-ROSS, C., KASHEFI, E., WELDON, S., BROOKS, K., DEEMING, H., FORREST, S., FIELDING, J., GOMERSALL, A., HARRIES, T., MCCARTHY, S., ORR, P., PARKER, D., TAPSELL, S. 2014. Flood Resilience Community Pathfinder Evaluation: Rapid Evidence Assessment. London: Defra.

WHITTLE, R., MEDD, W., MORT, M., DEEMING, H., WALKER, M., TWIGGER ROSS, C., WALKER, G. P. & WATSON, N. 2014. Placing the Flood Recovery Process. In: CONVERY, I., CORSANE, G. & DAVIS, P. (eds.) Displaced Heritage: Responses to Disaster, Trauma and Loss. Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK: The Boydell Press.

2013

DEEMING, H. 2013. Clarifying Resilience: an invited comment. Natural Hazards Observer, XXXVII, 1, 14-16.

EMBRACE (2013). Feedback on the systematization of the emBRACE framework to consortium and experts, (Deliverable 6.2), Deeming, H., Espeland, T. and Abeling, T. for the emBRACE Consortium.

2011

DEEMING, H., WHITTLE, R. & MEDD, W. 2011a. Investigating resilience, through ‘before and after’ perspectives on residual risk. In: BENNETT, S. (ed.) Innovative thinking in risk, crisis and disaster management. Farnham, UK: Gower.

DEEMING, H., WHITTLE, R. & MEDD, W. 2011b. Recommendations for changes in UK National Recovery Guidance (NRG) and associated guidance, from the perspective of Lancaster University’s Hull Flood Studies. Lancaster University, UK.

MENONI, S., WALKER, G. & DEEMING, H. 2011. Introduction To Sustainable Risk Mitigation For A More Resilient Europe. Inside Risk: a strategy for sustainable risk mitigation. Springer Verlag.

TWIGGER-ROSS, C., COATES, T., DEEMING, H., ORR, P., RAMSDEN M. & STAFFORD, J. 2011. Community Resilience Research: UK Case Studies, Lessons and Recommendations report to the Cabinet Office and Defence Science and Technology Laboratory. London: Collingwood Environmental Planning Ltd.

2010

WHITTLE, R., MEDD, W., DEEMING, H., KASHEFI, E., MORT, M., TWIGGER ROSS, C., WALKER, G. & WATSON, N. 2010. After the Rain – learning the lessons from flood recovery in Hull, final project report for "Flood, Vulnerability and Urban Resilience: a real-time study of local recovery following the floods of June 2007 in Hull" Lancaster, UK: Lancaster University.

2009

WATSON, N., DEEMING, H. & TREFFNY, R. 2009. Beyond Bureaucracy? Assessing Institutional Change in the Governance of Water in England. Water Alternatives, 2.

2008

DEEMING, H. 2008. Increasing resilience to storm surge flooding: risks, social networks and local champions PhD, Lancaster University, UK.

 

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Projects

 

2015

EU European Union Mass Shelter Capability (MASC) Project Project Coordination: Northamptonshire County Council (NCC)

2011-2015

EU FP7 Building Resilience Amongst Communities in Europe (emBRACE) Project (www.embrace-eu.org)  Scientific Technical officer (for consortium) Deeming, H.

Cabinet Office Project: Community Resilience Lead Researcher: Clare Twigger-Ross (Collingwood Environmental Planning)

Cabinet Office project: Recommendations for changes in UK National Recovery Guidance (NRG) and associated guidance, from the perspective of Lancaster University’s Hull Flood Studies Lead researcher: Deeming, H.

2010

EU FP6 Project Integrated Health, Social and Economic Impacts of Extreme Events: Evidence, Methods and Tools (MICRODIS), Principal Investigator: Dr. Maureen Fordham, Northumbria University

Environment Agency Project: Increasing Rural Communities Adaptation to FCRM Principal Investigation: The CEP Consortium

2009-2010

Cabinet Office Project: The UK Civil Protection Guidance Inventory                              Lead researcher: Deeming, H. on behalf of The Emergency Planning College, Easingwold

ESRC / Environment Agency Project: Flood, vulnerability and urban resilience: a real-time study of local recovery following the floods of June 2007 in Hull.  Principal Investigator: Dr Will Medd, Lancaster University

2006-2008

EU FP6 Consortium Project: ‘SCENARIO Support on Common European Strategy for sustainable natural and induced technological hazards mitigation

2004-2007

EU FP6 Consortium Project: ‘ARMONIA Assessing and Mapping Multiple Risks for Spatial  Planning

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